IPA members enrolled in CSE degree Program(s) an “Organizational Partnership Scholarship” at a rate that is consistent with off-campus offerings which is 20 percent lessthan the published rate for full-time undergraduate and graduate tuition rates for full-time students.
IPA members receive a 25 percent tuition discount to full-time current police officers, law enforcement personnel, court administrators and corrections officers enrolled in the Masters of Arts in Justice Administration and Public Service program (online or on campus) and the B.A. in Justice Studies program or B.A./M.A. in Justice Administration/Public Service.
The College of Saint Elizabeth's M.A. in Justice Administration and Public Service Program can be completed fully online. Our program was developed and focuses on the development of exceptional professionals and ethical leaders in the areas of justice administration, community safety, law enforcement, corrections and public service.
Many of our graduates have commented on how they have grown intellectually, emotionally, spiritually and are better prepared to face the challenges of the 21st. Century both in their personal and professional life.
The online class size is small and allows for greater interaction among the students and professors. Faculty members are very knowledgeable and encourage students all through their academic journey. Students are assigned an academic advisor and remains with that student throughout their academic time at the College of Saint Elizabeth.
Dr. Jim Ford (pictured right) is the Coordinator of Study for the M.A. program in Justice Administration and Public Service. He is a retired police officer and a member of IPA- USA Region 10 in New Jersey.